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Since 1961 and continuing in full force today, Ecma International®facilitates the timely creation of a wide range of global Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Consumer Electronics (CE) standards, for:

Ecma has been involved in the development of the concept of "fast tracking" in ISO/IEC JTC 1 and - since its introduction in 1986 - it has been one of the main practitioners of it.

Ecma is driven by industry to meet the needs of industry, generating a healthy competitive landscape based on differentiation of products and services, rather than technology models, generating confidence among vendors and users of new technology.

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Ecma International has published its annual yearbook Ecma Memento 2015

Last results of the 108th General Assembly held in Sapporo, December 11, 2014

The world's first 3D audio Standard ECMA-407 showcased in IBC 2014's "future zone"

A TC39 (ECMAScript) panel discussion will be held in Boston on September 23, 2014.

Last results of the 107th General Assembly held in Heidelberg, June 25, 2014

2013 Download Statistics from the Ecma Public Website

Ecma International has published its annual yearbook Ecma Memento 2014

Last results of the 106th General Assembly held in Las Vegas, December 10, 2013

Presentation to IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum, Porto, October 2013 by Mr. Clemens Par (Convenor of Ecma TC32-TG22) who will participate to the Conference on November 18, 2013 at 16ème Forum du Son Multicanal in Paris

Panel discussion at Bocoup in Boston about the JavaScript (ECMAScript - ECMA-262) language (available on YouTube here)

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